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Carpe Librum

Reviews and bookish conversation with author Samantha Wilcoxson.

If I am lost, you will find me in medieval England.

You can also find me - and my books - on my blog.

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Currently reading

The Last Lancastrian: A Story of Margaret Beaufort (Plantagenet Embers Novellas Book 1)
Samantha Wilcoxson
A Tale of Two Cities
Charles Dickens, Gillen D'Arcy Wood
Goliath Must Fall: Winning the Battle Against Your Giants
Louie Giglio
Martin Luther: Renegade and Prophet
Lyndal Roper
The Circle Maker: Praying Circles Around Your Biggest Dreams and Greatest Fears
Mark Batterson
1517: Martin Luther and the Invention of the Reformation
Peter Marshall
House of Beaufort: The Bastard Line that Captured the Crown
Nathen Amin

May Reading List

Robyn Hode: Part I - David Pilling Kingmaker: Winter Pilgrims - Toby Clements Trinity - Conn Iggulden The Greatest Knight: The Remarkable Life of William Marshal, the Power Behind Five English Thrones - Thomas Asbridge Death of a Dishonorable Gentleman: A Mystery - Tessa Arlen A Song of Sixpence: The Story of Elizabeth of York and Perkin Warbeck - Judith Arnopp A Tree Grows in Brooklyn - Betty  Smith The First Queen of England: The Myth of "Bloody Mary" - Linda Porter Wolf Hall - Hilary Mantel Sacred Treason - James Forrester

I've tried to take enough care in completing my monthly TBR that I have some hope of completing it.


The First Queen of England has been on my list for months and is part of my research for my next book, so I WILL read it this month.


The Greatest Knight I have had to review for months and will stop putting off reading it.


Death of a Dishonorable Gentleman is part of my quest to reduce my outstanding NetGalley books.


A Tree Grows is Brooklyn is my local book club selection and sounds better than most of what we read.


Sacred Treason is the monthly read in More Historical Than Fiction. Join Us!


Wolf Hall I am "rereading" in audiobook format and am loving it (again).


Robyn Hode is by my Uhtred bashing friend, David Pilling, and the rest are simply books that I can't wait to read!


What are you reading this month?